Mark Minch

23 Aug

Name: Mark Minch

Height: 6’3
Weight: 190

Position: Small Forward

School: Lakota East
Hometown: Liberty Township, OH

AAU: Mustang Ballers
Class: 2012

Evaluation: Strong wing with leaping ability that is a focused and energetic player that is primarily a scoring threat. Polished mid-range game where he can pull up over players off the dribble or hesitate and attack all the way at the rim. At the rim he can use his body control to finish around opponents or strength to go through them. Can impact the game in other aspects, particularly the glass.

Bottom Line: Minch has gone through kind of an up and down career but unquestionably has top tier talent. It will be interesting to see who recruits him the hardest but he should be a priority for Division II schools in the Midwest.

Notes: Signed with Division II Ohio Dominican University on a full scholarship.

4 Responses to “Mark Minch”


  1. 2012 Prospect Database « Triple Double Prospects - August 23, 2011

    […] Minch, Mark          SF          Lakota East          Liberty Township, OH […]

  2. Ohio Player Rankings 2012 « - September 12, 2011

    […] 1. Jacob Rossi- Franklin 2. Jalean Lowe- Taft 3. Keevin Tyus- West High 4. Darrin Harris- Mason 5. Mark Minch- Lakota East 6. Allante Foster- Lakota East 7. Alex Voss- Moeller 8. Drew Hall- McNicholas 9. Erron […]

  3. Cincinnati 2012 Player Rankings « - October 4, 2011

    […] 2. Jalean Lowe- Taft 3. Keevin Tyus- West High 4. Darrin Harris- Mason 5. Drew Hall- McNicholas 6. Mark Minch- Lakota East 7. Alex Voss- Moeller 8. Allante Foster- Lakota East 9. Erron Nichols- Withrow 10. […]

  4. Nike All-Ohio City Series Finals Recap « - October 31, 2011

    […] Mark Minch- Lakota East- The 6’3 SG dominated for the runners up as he overpowered defenders on his way to the rim and displayed maybe the most fundamentally sound mid range game of any prospect in attendance. Minch’s consistency is the key to his collegiate prospects and he answered that call to an extent this weekend with 6/6 solid scoring outings. […]

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